It was only this year’s Google I/O that Google had promised for the android apps to be made to run in the Chromebook, and it has started fulfilling its promise now. In the first phase, Google has made four Android apps compatible for the Chromebook in the first stage, which means that four of the widely recognized Android apps now work on Chromebook.
This is certainly a good news for the Chromebook users (though they are very small in numbers) that their favorite apps work in their beloved gadget. Google had taken a poll on which android apps they would like to see on their Chromebook, and the following four apps got listed on the users’ choice:
- Duolingo: One of the best language learning app which is available for free on the Google Play Store. It was presented at the Google I/O 2014 too.
- Vine – an app which helps you to create short, beautiful, looping videos in a miraculously simple and fun way
- Evernote – the app to write, collect, take notes and find what matters to you, with a full-size keyboard and touchscreen
- Sight Words –the app which is so much useful for you to make your child develop their reading skills
Though just the four apps are quite disappointing for the users seeing the number of apps in the Google Play Store, we can easily guess that it will not take much time for us to see many of the other Android native apps to appear on the Chromebook. This is because Google itself has stated: “Over the coming months, we’ll be working with a select group of Android developers to add more of your favorite apps so you’ll have a more seamless experience across your Android phone and Chromebook.” So, what Android apps do you wish to appear in the Chromebook further?